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Description: On a corner lot across from the campus of Vermont College of Fine Arts, this 5288 square foot Queen Anne style wood-frame clapboard house was built in 1895. For many years this was known as Howland Hall and used as a dorm and then offices and program space for Vermont College. The current use since 2005 is a school. Many period details include a welcoming covered front porch with Tuscan columns, decorative wood shingles, bay windows, one-over-one sash and round arched windows. Many interior natural finish wood trim details remain. In 1990 and 1991 Freeman French Freeman Architects renovated the interior and added new wood doors, metal frames in many door openings, and added a firewall and door in the front entry hall. With three full floors of finished space this grand old home can accommodate a number of potential uses. The site includes six parking spaces in the parking lot off West Street. This lot includes shared access for 9 West Street. A second parking area off East State Street is used to park 5 cars and is the access point to a utility/storage area under the back of the building. Mixed Use Residential allows office use as a conditional use.

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